Selective leaching of chloride from copper oxide minerals Download PDF Info Publication number US4292281A. US4292281A US06/169,179 US16917980A US4292281A US 4292281 A US4292281 A US 4292281A US 16917980 A US16917980 A US 16917980A US 4292281 A US4292281 A US 4292281A Authority US United States Prior art keywords solution ore
Selective copper leaching was achieved with all the acids studied, including HCl, HNO3, and H2SO4. The lower concentration of acid solutions resulted in a larger difference in leachabilities between Cu and Fe. Among three leachates, the H2SO4 solution performed effectively on the selective leaching of Cu and Fe. Adjusting the pulp density to 4% and the H2SO4
or copper (II) oxide [CuO] is more stable. On top of these layers a green malachite or copper hydroxy carbonate [Cu2 (OH)2CO3 ] layer will begin to form within a few days. Eventually, the bore of the copper pipe will be covered with a stable protective patina of copper oxides overlaid with a continuous copper hydroxy carbonate layer, as shown in Fig. 1. The copper corrosion
A model for the leaching of oxide ores is developed and correlated with laboratory tests for percolation leaching of copper oxide ore. Using the model, recovery of metal values and lixiviant concentration of the effluent solution at any time may be evaluated. For the copper oxide ore, a simplified version of the model is examined for the leaching mechanism consisting of (1) a
Copper Oxide Leaching with GlyLeach™ process. GlyCat™ – Catalysed leach for mixed base and precious metals . GlyCat™ is the application of Glycine with cyanide to mixed base metal and precious metal ores. The presence of copper minerals in with gold is known to lead to many challenges during the cyanidation of gold ores, such as high consumption of cyanide with low
metal ores (<1% copper, <1g/ton gold, < % nickel) previously considered uneconomical, became feasible with introduction of heap leaching technologies (Marsden, 2022). In consideration of ore types, a generalized diagram showing the applicable ore beneficiation technologies for oxide and sulphide ores versus ore grade is given in Figure 2.
· The copper oxide can then react with the hydrogen gas to form the copper metal and water. What is the formula for Ka of citric acid? Citric acid. Names; Chemical formula: C6H8O7 : Molar mass: g/mol (anhydrous), g/mol (monohydrate) Appearance: white solid: Odor: Odorless: What is the word equation for copper oxide and Sulphuric acid?
· Keywords: oxide copper; agitation leaching; optimisation; Meskani mine. Reference to this paper should be made as follows: Aghazadeh, S., Olyaei, Y. and Noaparast, M. (2022) `Leaching optimisation of oxide copper ore from Meskani mine', Int. J. Mining and Mineral Engineering, Vol. 6, No. 4, 308. Biographical notes: Sajjad Aghazadeh is a
Keywords: Copper Oxide Heap Leaching, Bottle Rolling Test, Column Tests, Copper and Iron Recoveries, Acid Sulfuric Consumption 1. Introduction Sarcheshmeh copper complex is located in 160 kilometers south-west of Kerman and 50 kilometers south of Rafsanjan and the central area of the Zagros Mountains . Copper production at this complex is done by pyro
· In this work, oxidizing roasting was combined with leaching to separate copper, lead, and zinc from a concentrate obtained by bulk flotation of a low-grade ore sourced from the Jiama mining area of Tibet. The flotation concentrate contained % Cu, % Pb, % Zn, % S, and % CaO; copper sulfide accounted for % of the copper, lead sulfide
Generally, copper oxide minerals do not respond well to traditional flotation as applied to sulphide minerals, (Lee et al., 2022), and are therefore rejected as tailings. Oxide minerals are traditionally processed by leaching. Leaching of tailings is accompanied by challenges in obtaining optimum metal extraction. Tailings have complex mineralogical compositions, and
· Copper ions are transferred from the leaching solution to the organic extractant upon mixing of the two reagents. A phase separation takes place to give an aqueous and an organic phase termed the first aqueous and first organic phases respectively. The first aqueous phase, the "raffinate", is the lixivant stripped of its copper ions while the first organic phase is
· The copper deposits in the world are widely distributed across five continents including more than 150 countries to the proportion of oxide minerals and sulfide minerals in copper ores
The glycine technology is applicable to copper oxide deposits containing precious metals as they can be co-leached in a single stage. For gold ores with elevated copper, the approach uses starved levels of cyanide with glycine to leach the precious metals at equivalent or better gold recoveries, reducing cyanide use. Benefit to WA. G lycine heap leaching technology can offer
For the copper oxide ore, a simplified version of the model is examined for the leaching mechanism consisting of (1) a surface flush reaction with the highest rate of lixiviant consumption, (2) penetration of the lixiviant to react with copper minerals and gangue constituents, and (3) slow lixiviant consumption mostly by residual gangue
· The treatment of smelting slag has attracted much attention nowadays. This study investigates the influence of Na 2 S, CuSO 4, and FeCl 3 on sulphidizing flotation of copper oxide. The results show that a proper Cu 2+ concentration can increase the sulphidizing effect of copper oxide, while Fe3+ inhibits the sulphidizing effect.
recovery of the oxide copper was obtained on a calcareous sulfide-oxide ore assaying per cent total copper and per cent oxide copper in 30 days of leaching with 3 per cent (NH 4) 2O 3 solution. The cost of thiosulfate leaching appears to be reason- able. When a 15 per cent loss of the leaching reagent [(NH 4)S 2O 3] is assumed per cycle, the cost of both the
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are also generally ameanable to the production of cement copper by leaching and precipitation, but the cement copper produced must be sold to and treated by a copper smelter, resulting in less revenue per unit of copper produced. This report on copper oxide prospects and deposits was prepared to encourage and facilitate exploration for sites amenable to SX-EW. Arizona
The characteristics of Yangla copper oxide ore and acid leaching of this copper ore were investigated. The results indicate direct dump acid leaching of raw ore is not feasible for the treatment of this copper ore in practice. Sieve sizing-warming-stirring-acid leaching process was employed for the treatment of the fine grain materials below 1m, while % copper
Copper oxide nanoparticles (CuO NPs) are being used in several industrial and commercial products. Inhalation is one of the most significant routes of metal oxide NP exposure. Hence, the toxicity of CuO NPs in lung tissues is of great concern. In vitro studies have indicated that CuO NPs induce cytotoxicity, oxidative stress and genetic toxicity in cultivated human lung cells.
and oxide copper having signiﬁcantly higher grade than the primary ore (Anderson 1982, Titley & Marozas 1995, Chavez 2022, Sillitoe 2022). Pro- cessing of supergene sulﬁde''chalcocite'' ores is typically carried out via concentration or leaching whereby the copper oxides, such as chrysocolla, are recovered by solvent-extraction-electrowinning (SX-EW) methods.
Heap leaching, a process by which metals such as gold and copper are recovered from ore, has long been a method of choice in ore beneficiation, with applications growing all the While this process has proven to be efficient, often chosen for its cost-effectiveness, the efficiency of the heap leaching process can be further improved through the addition of an agglomeration drum.
The selective leaching of copper from a gold–copper concentrate in glycine solutions Oraby, Eksteen⁎ Western Australian School of Mines, Curtin University, GPO Box U1987, Perth, WA 6845, Australia article info abstract Article history: Received 6 May 2022 Received in revised form 25 August 2022 Accepted 1 September 2022 Available online 18 September
Presently, several methods including floatation, leaching, and metallurgical processes have been developed to enable effective treatment of copper oxide ores. For instance, floatation technique works based on the difference in the physicochemical properties to aid concentration of the desired minerals. However, regardless of the significant improvements, recycling the ore using
• Leaching of copper sulphide concentrates • Agitated leaching of oxide ores • Heap Leaching . Duration . The course is presented over hours, including breaks. For CPD recording purposes, please refer to your own regulator's requirements as recognition of CPD hours may vary. Course Materials . In-person attendees receive the hardcopy manual at registration and an electronic